The Secret History Of WPATH, The Perverse Cult That Pushed Gender Madness Into The Mainstream

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When the Sixth Circuit upheld Tennessee’s ban on the chemical castration of children last year, they singled out the World Professional Association for Transgender Health, or WPATH. This is the organization that major hospitals and gender clinics cite as the all-important authority on so-called “trans healthcare.” In fact, in court, the ACLU argued that WPATH’s professional opinions are important enough to overturn the will of the overwhelming majority of voters in the state of Tennessee.

But the Sixth Circuit wasn’t convinced. In its opinion, the court pointed out that WPATH, by its own admission, has presented, “limited data” on the “long-term physical, psychological, and neurodevelopmental outcomes” that result from administering puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones to children. In part because WPATH’s data and documentation wasn’t exactly comprehensive, the court allowed the ban on these so-called “treatments” to take effect.

Six months later, …

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